Grief is a constant in life, but our relentless push to always move on to the next thing has made grieving a rare practice.
Gaslighting is one of the most insidious forms of psychological abuse. And it’s not just found in intimate relationships.
The first search suggestion for ‘fidget spinners’ is ‘are dead’. The second? Fidget spinners are stupid. But they’re neither dead nor stupid. Fidget toys just aren’t for neurotypicals.
New research suggests a good scary movie could improve your mental health. Here’s the science behind the comfort of horror.
Not even intelligence can keep you safe. In fact, being smart might make you more susceptible to propaganda.
How vivid is your visual imagination? Online aphantasia tests can help you figure out how sharp your mind’s eye is.
If you find yourself in a creative slump, here are six great ways to jumpstart your creativity and get working!
Trends come and go. Braiding hair is eternal.
Eugenia Cooney gained popularity through her fashion videos, but it wasn’t her outfits that caught people’s attention.
There are a lot of articles out there telling you how to live your life to the fullest without telling you why you should do so. Well, here’s your motivation.
Mental health discussions are all over social media. This has brought both new benefits and new problems to the space.
The instinct to keep absorbing information about things we have no power to stop stems from an evolutionary adaptation gone haywire.
Welcome to the YouTube ASMR rabbit hole, the coziest corner of the internet where people tapping microphones try to fix your insomnia.
Science confirms that music can help us sleep. Here’s how to get the best results.
Submission and domination have always had sexual, as well as political, connotations. But this gives a whole new meaning to “eating the rich.”
Spilling the tea is an evolutionary adaptation. Here’s how to gossip responsibly to get the social benefits without hurting anyone.